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CRTC consulting on competitor quality of service regime

Briefs | 02/23/2017 7:26 pm EST

The CRTC is asking for input on its competitor quality of service regime, used to monitor the services provided by incumbent telcos to smaller providers and ensure their quality is sufficient to enable the smaller companies to compete in the marketplace.

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